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NATIONAL GUARD, PUBLIC DEFENSE.

(Chapter 672, Laws of 1898.)

Comptroller's three and one-half per cent. registered bonds of $5,000 each, issued for the expenses of the National Guard, naval militia and volunteers, when called into service for the public defense or otherwise, per chapter 672, Laws of 1898, and redeemable as follows:

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STATEMENT of bonds issued in anticipation of taxes levied for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1898.

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GENERAL FUND REVENUE.

The following statement shows the receipts, including balance on hand October 1, 1898, and the amount of warrants drawn, for the last fiscal year, and the cash on hand September 30, 1899:

Balance in the treasury October 1, 1898.. Amount of receipts into the treasury during the year ending September 30, 1899.....

Amount of warrants drawn on the treasury during the fiscal year ending ending September 30, 1899.

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Apparent surplus, being cash on hand Sep-
tember 30, 1899

$1,626,689 10

18,671,722 12

$20,298,411 22

17,894,379 22

$2,404,032 00

The following statement represents the true state of the fund, assuming all valid appropriations made by the Legislature of 1898 to have been liquidated, and all collections made for the fiscal year, showing a surplus of $2,716,548.59: Balance due from county treas

urers September 30, 1899, on State tax of 1898

Add amount paid on account of 1899 appropriations

Add cash on hand September 30, 1899, as shown in preceding statement.

Deduct balances of 1898 appropriations unpaid and in force September 30, 1899

$7,944 15

2,552,309 35

2,404,032 00

$4,964,285 50

.$1,783,462 22

Deduct balance due Canal Fund, on account of State tax

464,274 69

2,247,736 91

$2,716,548 59

Actual surplus September 30, 1899.....

EXPENDITURES FOR EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE PURPOSES.

The expenditures from the State treasury during the last fiscal year for educational purposes were $5,062,694.28, of which $4.114,833.26 were the proceeds of a direct tax of 84-100 mills for common schools.

The purposes and amounts of the several priations and payments are as follows:

Academies for dividends, books, etc... Academies for academic examinations and free libraries

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$242,207 09

102,952 07 231,417 79 7.458 00 94.503 03

4,114,833 26

94,428 00

58.428 30

37.839 25

66,470 08

12,157 41

$5,062,694 28

The expenditures for the same period by the State for the support of asylums and hospitals for the deaf, blind, insane, Idiotic, epilpetics, houses of refuge, reformatories, State Soldiers and Sailors' Home, Thomas Asylum, etc., were $4,651,756.96, and for buildings, repairs, plumbing and re newals, purchase of land, for services and expenses of Board

of Charities, Commission in Lunacy, Pathological Institute and Bureau of Charitable Institutions, 1,938,863.37, making a total of $6,590,620.33.

The following is a schedule of the institutions in aid, or for the support of which payments have been made from the treasury, with the amounts paid for each:

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PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS.

The following were the number of patients in the several hospitals at the close of the fiscal year ending September 30, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898 and 1899:

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The number of inmates in certain State institutions at the close of the fiscal year ending September 30, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898 and 1899, was as follows:

Western House of Refuge, Albion

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